Woke this morning to the very welcome sound of rain; aside from a microdusting of dried-up, dandruff-like snow a couple of weeks ago, we haven't had precipitation of any kind for eight weeks ... which is NOT a good thing in an agricultural province with planting season looming. Was just at light shower level when I left for work and the temperature was pleasantly early morning in spring normal, so toddled off wearing a short-sleeved t-shirt and cardigan. By 9:00 a.m. it was snowing. At 11:20 a.m., when a few of us were summoned outside by the blowing of the lunchtruck horn, the parked cars not only had snow on top, but had it sticking in a thick layer to their sides. Nastynastynasty!!!!
Left work at around 4:20 p.m. ... sun was shining, 'twas comfortably spring warmish/coolish, and nary a trace of the white stuff ... just wet pavements and a few puddles, trying to pretend that all it had done was rain.
I wonder what's going to happen tomorrow?